Apprenticeship Training Standard. Truck and Coach Technician. Trade Code: 310T. Development Date: January 2003

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1 Apprenticeship Training Standard Truck and Coach Technician Trade Code: 310T Development Date: January 2003 This document is the property of the apprentice named inside and represents the official record of his/her training

2 CONTENTS Page Competency Analysis Profile Preface... 1 Important Directions to Sponsors and Trainers... 2 Important Directions to the Apprentice... 3 Notice/Declaration for Collection of Personal Information... 4 Apprentice Record Apprentice Completion Form... 8 Skill Set Completion Form... 9 SKILL SETS NUMBER TITLE U Occupational Health and Safety Procedures U Electrical Systems - Starting and Charging U Electrical Systems - Body Electrical and Components U Fuel Systems U Engine Systems U Engine Management Systems U Exhaust, Intake and Emission Control Systems U Transmission Systems U Drive Shafts and Drive Axle Assemblies U Frames and Hitching/Coupling Systems U Body and Trim U Suspension Systems U Steering Systems U Tires, Wheels, Rims, and Hubs U Air Supply Systems U Braking Systems U Heating, Ventilation, Air-Conditioning and Refrigeration Systems U Hydraulic Systems

3 SKILL SETS COMPETENCY ANALYSIS PROFILE TRUCK AND COACH TECHNICIAN ON- THE-JOB TRAINING STANDARDS SKILLS OCCUPATIONAL HEALTH AND SAFETY PROCEDURES Identify potential workplace health and safety hazards Handle, store and dispose of hazardous materials Wear and maintain personal protective equipment Comply with workplace-related legislation Interpret and apply service-related information U Practice good housekeeping in workplace Comply with WHMIS guidelines ELECTRICAL SYSTEMS - STARTING AND CHARGING Perform visual inspection Diagnose and troubleshoot batteries Service, boost and/or charge batteries Diagnose and troubleshoot starting systems and Repair starting system and U Verify repair of starting system and Diagnose and troubleshoot charging systems and Repair charging system and Verify repair of charging system and ELECTRICAL SYSTEMS - BODY ELECTRICAL Perform visual inspection Diagnose and troubleshoot body electrical systems and Repair body electrical systems and Verify repair of body electrical systems and Repair system warning devices U Verify repair of system warning devices Diagnose and troubleshoot fire suppression systems and Repair fire suppression systems and Verify repair of fire suppression systems and Repair coach destination signs Verify repair of coach destination signs Diagnose and troubleshoot supplemental restraint systems (SRS) and Repair supplemental restraint systems (SRS) and Verify repair of supplemental restraint systems (SRS) &

4 SKILL SETS COMPETENCY ANALYSIS PROFILE TRUCK AND COACH TECHNICIAN ON- THE-JOB TRAINING STANDARDS SKILLS FUEL SYSTEMS Perform visual inspection Diagnose and troubleshoot gasoline fuel systems and Repair gasoline fuel systems and Verify repair of gasoline fuel systems and Diagnose and troubleshoot diesel fuel systems and U Repair diesel fuel systems and Verify repair of diesel fuel systems and ENGINE SYSTEMS - GASOLINE AND DIESEL Perform visual inspection Diagnose and troubleshoot gasoline and diesel cooling systems and Repair gasoline and diesel cooling systems and Verify repair of gasoline and diesel cooling systems and Diagnose and troubleshoot gasoline and diesel engine lubricating systems and U Repair gasoline and diesel engine lubricating systems and Verify repair of gasoline and diesel engine lubricating systems and Diagnose and troubleshoot gasoline and diesel cylinder head and Repair gasoline and diesel cylinder heads and Verify repair of gasoline and diesel cylinder head and Diagnose and troubleshoot gasoline and diesel engine block and Repair gasoline and diesel engine block and Verify repair of gasoline and diesel engine block and Diagnose and troubleshoot gasoline and diesel auxiliary coolers and Repair gasoline and diesel auxiliary coolers and Verify repair of gasoline and diesel auxiliary coolers and

5 SKILL SETS COMPETENCY ANALYSIS PROFILE TRUCK AND COACH TECHNICIAN ON-THE-JOB TRAINING STANDARDS SKILLS ENGINE MANAGEMENT SYSTEMS Perform visual inspection Diagnose and troubleshoot gasoline fuel control systems and Repair gasoline fuel control systems and Verify repair of gasoline fuel control systems and Diagnose and troubleshoot electronic ignition systems and U Repair electronic ignition systems and Verify repair of electronic ignition systems and Diagnose and troubleshoot electronicallycontrolled diesel engine systems and Repair electronicallycontrolled diesel engine systems and Verify repair of electronically-controlled diesel engine systems and Perform gasoline engine tune-up Perform mechanical diesel engine tune-up Perform electronic diesel engine tune-up EXHAUST, INTAKE, AND EMISSION CONTROL SYSTEMS Perform visual inspection Diagnose and troubleshoot exhaust, intake, and emission control systems and Repair exhaust, intake, and emission control systems and Verify repair of exhaust, intake, and emission control systems and Diagnose and troubleshoot turbocharger systems and U Repair turbocharger systems and Verify repair of turbocharger systems and TRANSMISSION SYSTEMS Perform visual inspection Diagnose and troubleshoot clutch systems and Repair clutch systems and Verify repair of clutch systems and Diagnose and troubleshoot manual transmissions and U Repair manual transmissions and Verify repair of manual transmissions and Diagnose and troubleshoot non electronicallycontrolled automatic transmissions and Repair non electronically controlled automatic transmissions and Verify repair of non electronically controlled automatic transmissions and

6 SKILL SETS COMPETENCY ANALYSIS PROFILE TRUCK AND COACH TECHNICIAN ON-THE-JOB TRAINING STANDARDS SKILLS Diagnose and troubleshoot electronicallycontrolled automatic transmission systems and Repair electronically controlled automatic transmission systems and Verify repair of electronically - controlled automatic transmission systems and DRIVE SHAFTS AND DRIVE AXLE ASSEMBLIES Perform visual inspection Diagnose and troubleshoot drive shafts, drive axle assemblies and Repair drive shafts, drive axle assemblies and Verify repair of drive shafts, drive axle assemblies and U FRAMES AND HITCHING- COUPLING SYSTEMS Perform visual inspection Diagnose and troubleshoot frames, hitching systems, and Repair frames, hitching systems and Verify repair of frames, hitching systems and U BODY AND TRIM Perform visual inspection Diagnose and troubleshoot body and trim Repair body and trim Verify repair of body and trim U SUSPENSION SYSTEMS Perform visual inspection Diagnose and troubleshoot suspension systems and Repair suspension system and Verify repair of suspension system and U STEERING SYSTEMS Perform visual inspection Diagnose and troubleshoot steering systems and Repair steering systems and Verify repair of steering system and Align steering and axles U TIRES, WHEELS, RIMS, AND HUBS Perform visual inspection Diagnose and troubleshoot tires, wheels, rims, hubs, and Repair tires, wheels, rims, hubs and Verify repair of tires, wheels, rims, hubs and U

7 SKILL SETS COMPETENCY ANALYSIS PROFILE TRUCK AND COACH TECHNICIAN ON-THE-JOB TRAINING STANDARDS SKILLS AIR SUPPLY SYSTEM Performs visual inspection Diagnose and troubleshoot air supply systems and Repair air supply system and Verify repair of air supply system and Diagnose and troubleshoot auxiliary air U Repair auxiliary air Verify repair of auxiliary air BRAKING SYSTEMS Perform visual inspection Diagnose and troubleshoot hydraulic braking systems and Repair hydraulic braking systems and Verify repair of hydraulic braking system and Diagnose and troubleshoot anti-lock braking systems (ABS) and U Repair anti-lock braking systems (ABS) and Verify repair of antilock braking systems (ABS) and Diagnose and troubleshoot air braking systems and Repair air braking systems and Verify repair of air braking systems and Diagnose and troubleshoot antiskid/traction control systems and Repair antiskid/traction control systems and Verify repair of antiskid/traction control systems and Measure and resurface brake drums, lines and rotors HEATING, VENTILATION, A/C & REFRIG. SYSTEMS Perform visual inspection Diagnose and troubleshoot airconditioning and refrigeration systems and Repair airconditioning and refrigeration systems and Verify repair of airconditioning and refrigeration systems and Diagnose and troubleshoot heating and ventilation systems and U Repair heating and ventilation systems and Verify repair of heating and ventilation systems and

8 HYDRAULIC SYSTEMS Perform visual inspection Diagnose and troubleshoot hydraulic systems and Repair hydraulic systems and Verify repair of hydraulic systems and U SPECIAL INSTRUCTIONS NOTE ON SHADED PERFORMANCE OBJECTIVES AND SKILLS: Shaded performance objectives and skills are optional, that is, they do not have to be completed or signed-off for the apprentice to complete his or her apprenticeship.

9 PREFACE This training document was developed by the Workplace Support Services Branch of the Ministry of Training, Colleges and Universities (MTCU) in consultation with representatives from the industry. These Training Standards are intended to be used by the apprentice, trainers and employers/sponsors as a "blueprint" for training or as a prerequisite for government accreditation/ certification. The care and maintenance of this book is the joint responsibility of the apprentice and the employer/sponsor. The Training Standards were developed specifically for documenting the apprentice's acquisition of skills. The book becomes the only record of an apprentice's training. 1

10 IMPORTANT DIRECTIONS TO EMPLOYERS/SPONSORS AND TRAINERS The Training Standards identify skills required for this occupation and its related training program. These Training Standards have been written in concise statements which describe how well an apprentice must perform each skill in order to become competent. Competence means being able to do the performance to the required standard on request. In using these Training Standards, trainers will be able to ensure that the apprentice is developing skills detailed for the occupation. Trainers and apprentices are required to sign off and date the skills following each successful acquisition. Employers/Sponsors participating in this training program will be designated as the Signing Authority and are required to attest to successful achievement by signing the appropriate box included at the end of each unit. 2

11 IMPORTANT DIRECTIONS TO THE APPRENTICE 1. All hours working for each employer/sponsor(s) should be recorded in the Employer/Sponsor Information section. All Performance Objectives and skills completed while working for each Employer/Sponsor(s) should be recorded. 2. The "Summary of Training" should be completed, signed and dated by both the apprentice and employer/sponsor when either all terms of the training agreement have been completed or the apprentice leaves the employer/sponsor. 3. It is the responsibility of the apprentice to inform the local Apprenticeship Client Services office regarding the following changes: change of employer/sponsor address; change of apprentice name or address; transfer to a new employer/sponsor. 4. At the fulfilment of all terms of the Training Agreement, the Apprentice Completion Form must be completed and signed by the current employer/sponsor. Present these completed and authorized Training Standards and the Apprentice Completion Form to your local Apprenticeship Client Services office. 3

12 NOTICE OF COLLECTION OF PERSONAL INFORMATION 1. At any time during your apprenticeship training, you may be required to show this training standard to the Ministry of Training, Colleges and Universities (the Ministry). You will be required to disclose the signed Apprenticeship Completion form to the Ministry in order to complete your program. The Ministry will use your personal information to administer and finance Ontario s apprenticeship training system, including confirming your completion and issuing your certificate of apprenticeship. 2. The Ministry will disclose information about your program completion and your certificate of apprenticeship to the Ontario College of Trades, as it is necessary for the College to carry out its responsibilities. 3. Your personal information is collected, used and disclosed by the Ministry under the authority of the Ontario College of Trades and Apprenticeship Act, Questions about the collection, use and disclosure of your personal information by the Ministry may be addressed to the: Manager, Employment Ontario Contact Centre Ministry of Training, Colleges and Universities 33 Bloor St. E, 2nd floor, Toronto, Ontario M7A 2S3 Toll-free: ; Toronto: TTY: or

13 APPRENTICE RECORD Apprentice Name: EMPLOYER/SPONSOR INFORMATION Training Agreement Number: Name: Address: Telephone: Summary of Training: Dates of Employment: From To Performance Objectives signed off: Employer/Sponsor Signature Date Apprentice Signature Date 5

14 APPRENTICE RECORD Apprentice Name: EMPLOYER/SPONSOR INFORMATION Training Agreement Number: Name: Address: Telephone: Summary of Training: Dates of Employment: From To Performance Objectives signed off: Employer/Sponsor Signature Date Apprentice Signature Date 6

15 APPRENTICE RECORD Apprentice Name: EMPLOYER/SPONSOR INFORMATION Training Agreement Number: Name: Address: Telephone: Summary of Training: Dates of Employment: From To Performance Objectives signed off: Employer/Sponsor Signature Date Apprentice Signature Date 7

16 APPRENTICE COMPLETION FORM Apprentice Name: Print Signature Social Insurance Number: Skill Sets when completed should be signed off by the Employer/Sponsor on the following page and presented with this completion form to your local Apprenticeship Client Services office. Any supporting documentation should also be attached. In-School Completed: Yes ( ) No ( ) Not Applicable ( ) (proof to be provided) Hours completed as Yes ( ) No ( ) Not Applicable ( ) per Training Agreement: Employer/Sponsor Name: Address: Telephone: Signature MTCU USE ONLY: Recommended for Exam: Yes ( ) No ( ) Signature Consultant/Office Code You will be required to disclose this signed form to the Ministry of Training, Colleges and Universities in order to complete your program. The Ministry will use your personal information to administer and finance Ontario s apprenticeship training system. For further information please see the notice/declaration for collection of personal information that is referenced in the table of contents of this training standard. 8

17 SKILL SETS COMPLETION FORM SKILL SETS TITLE SIGNING AUTHORITY U Occupational Health and Safety Procedures U Electrical Systems - Starting and Charging U Electrical Systems - Body Electrical U Fuel Systems U Engine Systems - Gasoline and Diesel U Engine Management Systems U Exhaust, Intake and Emission Control Systems U Transmission Systems U Drive Shafts and Drive Axle Assemblies U Frames and Hitching/Coupling Systems U Body and Trim U Suspension Systems U Steering Systems U Tires, Wheels, Rims and Hubs U Air Supply Systems U Braking Systems U Heating, Ventilation, Air-Conditioning and Refrigeration Systems U Hydraulic Systems SPECIAL INSTRUCTIONS NOTE ON SHADED PERFORMANCE OBJECTIVES AND SKILLS: Shaded performance objectives and skills are optional, that is, they do not have to be completed or signed-off for the apprentice to complete his or her apprenticeship. 9

18 U OCCUPATIONAL HEALTH AND SAFETY PROCEDURES GENERAL PERFORMANCE OBJECTIVES Comply with occupational health and safety procedures, by: identifying potential health and safety hazards; maintaining a safe and secure work environment; handling and storing hazardous materials; wearing and maintaining personal protective equipment; complying with workplace-related legislation; interpreting and applying service-related information; practising good housekeeping in the workplace; complying with Workplace Hazardous Materials Information (WHMIS) guidelines; according to the Occupational Health and Safety Act, government regulations, manufacturer s recommendations and company policy. PERFORMANCE OBJECTIVES SKILLS Identify potential workplace health and safety hazards, including: excessive exhaust and/or explosive fumes, dust, sound levels, electrical and mechanical hazards (i.e. damaged or faulty air lines and/or inadequate ventilation);so that the potential for personal injury, damage to equipment, vehicles and the environment are minimized; according to government regulations and company policy Handle, store and dispose of hazardous workplace materials, including: cleaning solvents, anti-freeze, transmission and brake fluids, engine oil, brake dust, battery acid, refrigerants and gases, using personal protective equipment and specified handling and storage equipment; so that individuals are protected from injury, the environment from contamination and safety procedures are followed; according to government regulations and company policy. 10

19 U OCCUPATIONAL HEALTH AND SAFETY PROCEDURES - Contd Wear and maintain personal protective equipment, including: eye, ear, hand, respiratory, body and foot protection, ensuring that correct fit and optimum protection is provided to the wearer for the specific task performed; according to government regulations, manufacturer s specifications and company policy Comply with workplace-related legislation, relating to highway traffic, safety, parts warranties, occupational health/safety, environmental protection, and business and trade practices, including: Occupational Health and Safety Act, Motor Vehicle Repair Act, Highway Traffic Act, Environmental Protection Act; by: identifying the personal and legal liabilities of technicians and vehicle owners when performing vehicle safety inspections, emissions tests, providing repair estimates, and repairing/replacing defective parts; according to government regulations and company policy Interpret and apply service-related information, including: service bulletins, manuals and parts catalogues, by: locating and identifying the vehicle information number (VIN), accessing microfiche and computerized service information systems; so that service/repair is performed according to manufacturer s recommendations and company policy Practice good housekeeping in the workplace, by applying fire hazard prevention methods, including: maintaining a clean and orderly work area; identifying, removing and disposing of potential fire hazards; cleaning up grease, oil spills and/or fluids; ensuring that the work area is free of obstructions, and safely storing tools and shop equipment and wearing personal protective equipment, to minimize accident or injury to self and others; according to government regulations and company policy. 11

20 U OCCUPATIONAL HEALTH AND SAFETY PROCEDURES - Contd Comply with Workplace Hazardous Materials Information Systems (WHMIS) guidelines, including: reading and interpreting labels and Materials Data Sheets (MSDS), ensuring receipt of training in WHMIS regulations and practices; according to the Occupational Health and Safety Act. Employer/Sponsor Name Employer/Sponsor Signature 12

21 U ELECTRICAL SYSTEMS - STARTING AND CHARGING GENERAL PERFORMANCE OBJECTIVES Diagnose and repair electrical systems - starting and charging, by: performing a visual inspection; diagnosing and troubleshooting batteries; servicing and boosting/charging batteries; diagnosing and troubleshooting starting systems and ; repairing starting systems and ; verifying repair of starting systems and ; diagnosing and troubleshooting charging systems and ; repairing charging systems and, and verifying repair of starting systems and ; according to manufacturer s recommendations, specifications, and safety requirements. PERFORMANCE OBJECTIVES SKILLS Perform visual inspection, identifying system types and applications, by: checking for: worn, damaged, corroded, distorted, loose, missing, or defective, including: batteries, starters, alternating current (a/c) generators (alternators), drive mechanisms, cables, connectors, switches, relays, regulators, solenoids, sensors, modules, wiring harnesses, gauges, and fastening and mounting devices; according to manufacturer's recommendations, specifications, and safety requirements Diagnose and troubleshoot batteries, including: single- and multi-battery group, by: visually inspecting, testing, and analyzing performance and function; including: voltage, amperage, odour, colour, temperature, electrolyte level and condition, leaks, corrosion, and cleanliness, using: hand, power, specialized, precision, booster cables, chargers, pullers, special cleaning tools, heavy-duty load testers, electronic service tools, and lifting, rigging and blocking devices; according to manufacturer's recommendations, specifications, and safety requirements. 13

22 U ELECTRICAL SYSTEMS - STARTING AND CHARGING - Contd Service, boost and/or charge single and multi-battery group, checking: voltage, amperage, odour, colour, temperature, electrolyte level and condition, leaks, corrosion, and cleanliness, by: exchanging, charging or servicing, using: hand, power, specialized, precision, booster cables, chargers, pullers, special cleaning tools, heavy-duty load testers, electronic service tools, and lifting, rigging and blocking devices; according to manufacturer's recommendations, specifications, and safety requirements Diagnose and troubleshoot starting systems and, including: starting motors, batteries, cables, hardware, wiring harnesses, solenoids, relays, switches, circuit protection devices, and fastening and mounting devices; by: visually inspecting, testing and analyzing performance and function, checking for: opens/shorts/grounds, voltage, amperage, resistance, wear, noise, odour, colour, corrosion, temperature, fractures, and distortion; using: hand, power, specialized, precision, heavy-duty load testers and electronic service tools, and lifting, rigging and blocking devices; according to manufacturer's recommendations, specifications, schematic diagrams, and safety requirements Repair starting systems and, including: starting motors, batteries, cables, hardware, wiring harnesses, solenoids, relays, switches, circuit protection devices, and fastening and mounting devices; by: exchanging, reconditioning, or servicing; using: hand, power, specialized, precision, and electronic service tools, and lifting, rigging and blocking devices; according to manufacturer's recommendations, specifications, and safety requirements. 14

23 U ELECTRICAL SYSTEMS - STARTING AND CHARGING - Contd Verify repair of starting systems and, including: starting motors, batteries, cables, hardware, wiring harnesses, solenoids, relays, switches, circuit protection devices, and fastening and mounting devices; by: visually inspecting, testing, and analysing performance and function; using: hand, power, specialized, precision, and electronic service tools, and lifting, rigging and blocking devices; according to manufacturer's recommendations, specifications, and safety requirements Diagnose and troubleshoot charging systems and, including: alternating and direct current generators, batteries, cables, connectors, switches, relays, voltage regulators, circuit protection devices, wiring harnesses, and fastening and mounting devices; by: visually inspecting, testing, and analyzing performance and function, checking for: opens/grounds/shorts, voltage, amperage, resistance, vibration/noise, odour, corrosion temperature, and alignment; using: hand, power, specialized, precision, AVR (ammeter, voltmeter, resistance)testers, and electronic service tools, and lifting, rigging and blocking devices; according to manufacturer's recommendations, specifications, schematic diagrams, and safety requirements Repair charging systems and, including: alternating and direct current generators, batteries, cables, connectors, switches, relays, voltage regulators, circuit protection devices, wiring harnesses, and fastening and mounting devices; by: exchanging, reconditioning, or servicing; using: hand, power, specialized, precision, and electronic service tools, and lifting, rigging and blocking devices; according to manufacturer's recommendations, specifications, and safety requirements. 15

24 U ELECTRICAL SYSTEMS - STARTING AND CHARGING - Contd Verify repair of charging systems and, including: batteries, cables, hardware, wiring harnesses, voltage regulators, relays, alternating current (AC) generators, switches, and fastening and mounting devices; by: visually inspecting, testing, and analyzing performance and function; using: hand, power, specialized, precision, and electronic service tools, and lifting, rigging and blocking devices; according to manufacturer's recommendations, specifications, and safety requirements. Employer/Sponsor Name Employer/Sponsor Signature 16

25 U ELECTRICAL SYSTEMS - BODY ELECTRICAL TRUCK AND COACH TECHNICIAN GENERAL PERFORMANCE OBJECTIVES Diagnose and repair electrical system - body electrical and, by: performing a visual inspection; diagnosing and troubleshooting body electrical systems and ; repairing body electrical systems and ; verifying repair of body electrical systems and ; repairing system warning devices; verifying repair of system warning devices; diagnosing and troubleshooting fire suppression systems and ; repairing fire suppression systems and ; verifying repair of fire suppression system and ; repairing coach destination signs; verifying repair of coach destination signs; diagnosing and troubleshooting supplemental restraint systems (SRS); repairing supplemental restraint systems (SRS); and verifying repair of supplemental restraint systems (SRS); according to manufacturer s recommendations, specifications, and safety requirements. PERFORMANCE OBJECTIVES SKILLS Perform visual inspection, identifying system types and applications, by: checking for: worn, loose, damaged, leaking, missing, or defective, including: batteries, cables, connectors, switches, relays, solenoids, sensors, modules, wiring harnesses, lighting/illumination, terminal boards/blocks, warning devices, circuit protection devices, electrical accessory devices, and fastening and mounting devices; according to manufacturer's recommendations, specifications, and safety requirements. 17

26 U ELECTRICAL SYSTEMS - BODY ELECTRICAL - Contd Diagnose and troubleshoot body electrical systems and, including: batteries, motors, cables, connectors, switches, relays, solenoids, sensors, modules wiring harnesses, lighting/illumination, terminal boards/blocks, proximity warning, circuit protection, electrical accessory, and fastening and mounting devices; by: visually inspecting, testing, and analyzing performance and function, checking for: opens/shorts/grounds, odour, colour, temperature, corrosion, and noise/vibration; using: hand, power, specialized, precision, soldering, heat shrink tubes, crimpers, and electronic service tools, and lifting, rigging and blocking devices; according to manufacturer's recommendations, specifications, schematic diagrams, and safety requirements Repair body electrical systems and, including: including: batteries, motors, cables, connectors, switches, relays, solenoids, sensors, modules wiring harnesses, lighting/illumination, terminal boards/blocks, proximity warning, circuit protection, electrical accessory, and fastening and mounting devices; by: exchanging, reconditioning, or servicing; using: hand, power, specialized, precision, soldering equipment, heat shrink tubes, crimpers, and electronic service tools, and lifting, rigging and blocking devices; according to manufacturer's recommendations, specifications, and safety requirements Verify repair of body electrical systems and, including: batteries, motors, cables, connectors, switches, relays, solenoids, sensors, modules, wiring harnesses, lighting/illumination, terminal boards/blocks, proximity warning, circuit protection, electrical accessory, and fastening and mounting devices; by visually inspecting, testing, and analysing performance and function, using: hand, power, specialized, precision, soldering equipment, heat shrink tubes, crimpers, and electronic service tools, and lifting, rigging and blocking devices; according to manufacturer's recommendations, specifications, and safety requirements. 18

27 U ELECTRICAL SYSTEMS - BODY ELECTRICAL - Contd Repair system warning devices, including: cables, connectors, switches, relays, solenoids, sensors, modules, wiring harnesses, annunciators/data display screens, and fastening and mounting devices, by: exchanging, or servicing; using: hand, power, specialized, precision and electronic service tools, lifting, rigging and blocking devices; according to manufacturer's recommendations, specifications, and safety requirements Verify repair of system warning devices, including: cables, connectors, switches, relays, solenoids, sensors, modules, wiring harnesses, annunciators/data display screens, and fastening and mounting devices, using: hand, power, specialized, precision and electronic service tools, and lifting, rigging and blocking devices; according to manufacturer's recommendations, specifications, and safety requirements Diagnose and troubleshoot fire suppression systems and, including: sensors, activating devices, wiring harnesses, and fastening and mounting devices; by visually inspecting, testing, and analyzing performance and function; checking for: opens/shorts/grounds, corrosion, distortion, temperature and leaks; using: hand, power, specialized, precision and electronic service tools, and lifting, rigging and blocking devices; according to manufacturer's recommendations, specifications, schematic diagrams, and safety requirements Repair fire suppression systems and, including: sensors, activating devices, wiring harnesses, and fastening and mounting devices; by: exchanging, reconditioning, or servicing; using: hand, power, specialized, precision and electronic service tools, and lifting, rigging and blocking devices; according to manufacturer's recommendations, specifications, and safety requirements. 19

28 U ELECTRICAL SYSTEMS - BODY ELECTRICAL - Contd Verify repair of fire suppression systems and, including: sensors, activating devices, wiring harnesses, and fastening and mounting devices; by: visually inspecting, testing, and analyzing performance and function; using: hand, power, specialized, precision and electronic service tools, and lifting, rigging and blocking devices; according to manufacturer's recommendations, specifications, and safety requirements Repair coach destination signs, including: rollers, gears, chains, motors, and display boards; by: exchanging, or servicing; using: hand, power, specialized, precision and electronic service tools, and lifting, rigging and blocking devices; according to manufacturer's recommendations, specifications, and safety requirements Verify repair of coach destination signs, including: including: rollers, gears, chains, motors, and display boards; by: visually inspecting, testing, and analyzing performance and function; using: hand, power, specialized, precision and electronic service tools, and lifting, rigging and blocking devices; according to manufacturer's recommendations, specifications, and safety requirements Diagnose and troubleshoot supplemental restraint systems (SRS) and, including: air bag assemblies, sensors, modules, activating devices, wiring harnesses, and fastening and mounting devices; by: visually inspecting, testing, and analyzing performance and function; checking for: opens/shorts/grounds, corrosion, wear, and distortion; using: hand, power, specialized, precision and electronic service tools, and lifting, rigging and blocking devices; according to manufacturer's recommendations, specifications, schematic diagrams, and safety requirements. 20

29 U ELECTRICAL SYSTEMS - BODY ELECTRICAL - Contd Repair supplemental restraint systems (SRS) and, including: air bag assemblies, sensors, modules, activating devices, and wiring harnesses, and fastening and mounting devices; by exchanging; using: hand, power, specialized, precision and electronic service tools, and lifting, rigging and blocking devices; according to manufacturer's recommendations, specifications, and safety requirements Verify repair of supplemental restraint systems (SRS) and, including: air bag assemblies, sensors, modules, activating devices, wiring harnesses, and fastening and mounting devices; by: visually inspecting, testing, and analysing performance and function; using: hand, power, specialized, precision and electronic service tools, and lifting, rigging and blocking devices; according to manufacturer's recommendations, specifications, and safety requirements. Employer/Sponsor Name Employer/Sponsor Signature 21

30 U FUEL SYSTEMS GENERAL PERFORMANCE OBJECTIVES Diagnose and repair fuel systems by: performing a visual inspection; diagnosing and troubleshooting gasoline fuel systems and ; repairing gasoline fuel systems and ; verifying repair of gasoline fuel systems and ; diagnosing and troubleshooting diesel fuel systems and, repairing diesel fuel systems and, and verifying repair of diesel fuel systems and ; according to manufacturer s recommendations, specifications, and safety requirements.. PERFORMANCE OBJECTIVES SKILLS Perform visual inspection, identifying system types and applications, by: checking for: fuel condition, worn, loose, damaged, leaking, missing, or defective, including: pumps, carburetors, injectors, lines, hoses, fittings, filters, vents, tanks, valves, heat exchangers, crossover pipes, heaters, sensors, modules, wiring harnesses, mechanical controls, and fastening and mounting devices; according to manufacturer's recommendations, specifications, and safety requirements Diagnose and troubleshoot gasoline fuel systems and, including: fuel, pumps, carburetors, pressure control mechanisms, accumulators, linkages, fuel injectors, throttle bodies, filters, tanks, vents, valves, switches, gauges, lines, hoses, fittings, solenoids, relays, sensors, modules, wiring harnesses, and fastening and mounting devices; by: visually inspecting, testing, and analyzing performance and function; checking for: opens/shorts/grounds, wear, odour, temperature, corrosion, fuel level and type, noise/vibration, fractures, pressure, leaks and contamination; using: hand, power, specialized, precision and electronic service tools, vacuum and pressure gauges, lifting, rigging and blocking devices; according to manufacturer's recommendations, specifications, schematic diagrams, and safety requirements. 22

31 U FUEL SYSTEMS - Contd Repair gasoline fuel systems and, including: fuel, pumps, carburetors, pressure control mechanisms, accumulators, linkages, fuel injectors, throttle bodies, filters, tanks, vents, valves, switches, gauges, lines, hoses, fittings, solenoids, relays, sensors, modules, wiring harnesses, and fastening and mounting devices; by: exchanging, reconditioning, or servicing; using: hand, power, specialized, precision and electronic service tools, and lifting, rigging and blocking devices; according to manufacturer's recommendations, specifications and safety requirements Verify repair of gasoline fuel systems and, including: fuel, pumps, carburetors, pressure control mechanisms, accumulators, linkages, fuel injectors, throttle bodies, filters, tanks, vents, valves, switches, gauges, lines, hoses, fittings, solenoids, relays, sensors, modules, wiring harnesses, and fastening and mounting devices; by: visually inspecting, testing, and analyzing performance and function; using: hand, power, specialized, precision and electronic service tools, and lifting, rigging and blocking devices; according to manufacturer's recommendations, specifications and safety requirements Diagnose and troubleshoot diesel fuel systems and, including: fuel, tanks, vents, hoses, lines, filters, heaters, valves, transfer and injection pumps, linkages, cables, air throttles, hydraulic injectors, electronic unit injectors (EUI), mechanical unit injectors (MUI), hydraulically-actuated electronic unit injectors (HEUI), switches, relays, solenoids, sensors, modules, wiring harnesses, and fastening and mounting devices; by: visually inspecting, testing, analyzing performance, function and programming, checking for: opens/shorts/grounds, wear, odour, temperature, smoke colour, corrosion, distortion, fractures, noise/vibration, and fuel level, type and condition; using: hand, power, specialized, precision and electronic service tools, and lifting, rigging and blocking devices, refractometers, hydrometers and water-detection devices; according to manufacturer's recommendations, specifications, schematic diagrams, and safety requirements. 23

32 U FUEL SYSTEMS - Contd Repair diesel fuel systems and, including: fuel, tanks, vents, hoses, lines, filters, heaters, valves, transfer and injection pumps, linkages, cables, air throttles, hydraulic injectors, electronic unit injectors (EUI), mechanical unit injectors (MUI), hydraulically-actuated electronic unit injectors (HEUI), switches, relays, solenoids, sensors, modules, wiring harnesses, and fastening and mounting devices; by: exchanging, reconditioning, servicing, or reprogramming; using: hand, power, specialized, precision and electronic service tools, lifting, rigging and blocking devices, ultrasonic baths, and torque wrenches; according to manufacturer's recommendations, specifications, and safety requirements Verify repair of diesel fuel systems and, including: fuel, tanks, vents, hoses, lines, filters, heaters, valves, transfer and injection pumps, linkages, cables, air throttles, hydraulic injectors, electronic unit injectors (EUI), mechanical unit injectors (MUI), hydraulically-actuated electronic unit injectors (HEUI), switches, relays, solenoids, sensors, modules, wiring harnesses, and fastening and mounting devices; by: visually inspecting, testing, analysing performance, function and programming; using: hand, power, specialized, precision and electronic service tools, lifting, rigging and blocking devices, ultrasonic baths, and torque wrenches; according to manufacturer's recommendations, specifications, and safety requirements. Employer/Sponsor Name Employer/Sponsor Signature 24

33 U ENGINE SYSTEMS - GASOLINE AND DIESEL TRUCK AND COACH TECHNICIAN GENERAL PERFORMANCE OBJECTIVES Diagnose and repair gasoline and diesel engines, by: performing a visual inspection; diagnosing and troubleshooting gasoline and diesel cooling systems and, repairing gasoline and diesel cooling systems and ; verifying repair of gasoline and diesel cooling systems and ; diagnosing and troubleshooting gasoline and diesel engine lubricating systems and ; repairing gasoline and diesel engine lubricating systems and ; verifying repair of gasoline and diesel engine lubricating systems and ; diagnosing and troubleshooting gasoline and diesel cylinder heads and ; repairing gasoline and diesel cylinder heads and ; verifying repair of gasoline and diesel cylinder heads and ; diagnosing and troubleshooting gasoline and diesel engine blocks and ; repairing gasoline and diesel engine blocks and ; verifying repair of gasoline and diesel engine blocks and ; diagnosing and troubleshooting gasoline and diesel auxiliary coolers and, repairing gasoline and diesel auxiliary coolers and, and verifying repair of gasoline and diesel auxiliary coolers and ; according to manufacturer`s recommendations, specifications, and safety requirements. PERFORMANCE OBJECTIVES SKILLS Perform visual inspection, identifying system types and applications, by: checking for: worn, loose, damaged, leaking, missing, or defective, including: cooling and lubrication systems, cylinder heads, engine blocks, auxiliary coolers, and fastening and mounting devices; according to manufacturer's recommendations, specifications, and safety requirements. 25

34 U ENGINE SYSTEMS - GASOLINE AND DIESEL - Contd Diagnose and troubleshoot gasoline and diesel cooling systems and, including: coolant, radiators, reservoirs, surge tanks, fans, hubs and controls, water pumps, shutters, controls, actuators, belts, hoses, lines, fittings, heat exchangers, filters, gaskets, O-rings, seals, valves, switches, relays, sensors, modules, wiring harnesses, thermostats, block heaters, and fastening and mounting devices; by: visually inspecting, testing, and analyzing performance and function, checking for: opens/shorts/grounds, wear, odour, colour, temperature, corrosion, distortion, fractures, contamination, leaks, noise/ vibration, and coolant type and level; using: hand, power, specialized, precision and electronic service tools, lifting, rigging and blocking devices, pullers, torque wrenches, gauges, pressure/radiator cap testers, hydrometers, refractometers, and coolant analysis kits; according to manufacturer's recommendations, specifications, and safety requirements Repair gasoline and diesel cooling systems and, including: coolant, radiators, reservoirs, surge tanks, fans, hubs and controls, water pumps, shutters, controls, actuators, belts, hoses, lines, fittings, heat exchangers, filters, gaskets, O-rings, seals, valves, switches, relays, sensors, modules, wiring harnesses, thermostats, block heaters, and fastening and mounting devices; by: exchanging, reconditioning, or servicing; using: hand, power, specialized, precision and electronic service tools, lifting, rigging and blocking devices, pullers, torque wrenches, and gauges, pressure/radiator cap testers, hydrometers, refractometers, and coolant analysis kits; according to manufacturer's recommendations, specifications, and safety requirements. 26

35 U ENGINE SYSTEMS - GASOLINE AND DIESEL - Contd Verify repair of gasoline and diesel cooling systems and, including: coolant, radiators, reservoirs, surge tanks, fans, hubs and controls, water pumps, shutters, controls, actuators, belts, hoses, lines, fittings, heat exchangers, filters, gaskets, O-rings, seals, valves, switches, relays, sensors, modules, wiring harnesses, thermostats, block heaters, and fastening and mounting devices; by: visually inspecting, testing, and analyzing performance and function; using: hand, power, specialized, precision and electronic service tools, lifting, rigging and blocking devices, pullers, torque wrenches, and gauges, pressure/radiator cap testers, hydrometers, refractometers, and coolant analysis kits; according to manufacturer's recommendations, specifications, and safety requirements Diagnose and troubleshoot gasoline and diesel engine lubricating systems and, including: oil, pumps, filters, housings, lines, hoses, fittings, seals, piston cooling jets, gaskets, O-rings, heat exchangers, bypass valves and auxiliary devices, compressors, alternating current (AC) generators, engine brakes, fuel system actuators, sensors, and wiring harnesses; by testing, and analysing performance and function, checking for: opens/shorts/grounds, wear, odour, temperature, corrosion, distortion, fractures, colour, noise, pressure, oil analysis and spectrographic testing of ; using: hand, power, specialized, precision and electronic service tools, and lifting, rigging and blocking devices; according to manufacturer s recommendations, specifications, and safety requirements Repair gasoline and diesel engine lubricating systems and, including: oil, pumps, filters, housings, lines, hoses, fittings, seals, piston cooling jets, gaskets, O-rings, heat exchangers, bypass valves and auxiliary devices, compressors, alternating current (AC) generators, engine brakes, fuel system actuators, sensors, and wiring harnesses; by: exchanging, reconditioning, or servicing; using: hand, power, specialized, precision and electronic service tools, and lifting, rigging and blocking devices; according to manufacturer s recommendations, specifications, and safety requirements. 27

36 U ENGINE SYSTEMS - GASOLINE AND DIESEL - Contd Verify repair of gasoline and diesel engine lubricating systems and, including: oil, pumps, filters, housings, lines, hoses, fittings, seals, piston cooling jets, gaskets, O-rings, heat exchangers, bypass valves and auxiliary devices, compressors, alternating current (AC) generators, engine brakes, fuel system actuators, sensors, modules, wiring harnesses, and fastening and mounting devices; by: visually inspecting, testing, and analyzing performance and function; using: hand, power, specialized, precision and electronic service tools, and lifting, rigging and blocking devices, according to manufacturer s recommendations, specifications, and safety requirements Diagnose and troubleshoot gasoline and diesel cylinder heads and, including: cylinder heads, expansion plugs, seats, guides, seals, springs, retainers, rotators, injectors tubes, valves and actuating mechanisms, camshafts, drive mechanisms, engine brakes, gasket assemblies, and fastening and mounting devices; by: visually inspecting, testing, and analyzing performance and function, checking for: wear, temperature, corrosion, erosion, vibration/noise, carbon build-up, leaks, fractures, and distortion; using: hand, power, specialized, precision and electronic service tools, and lifting, rigging and blocking devices; according to manufacturer s recommendations, specifications, and safety requirements Repair gasoline and diesel cylinder heads and, including: cylinder heads, expansion plugs, seats, guides, seals, springs, retainers, rotators, injectors tubes, valves and actuating mechanisms, camshafts, drive mechanisms, engine brakes, gasket assemblies, and fastening and mounting devices; by: exchanging, reconditioning, or servicing; using: hand, power, specialized, precision and electronic service tools, and lifting, rigging and blocking devices; according to manufacturer s recommendations, specifications, and safety requirements. 28

37 U ENGINE SYSTEMS - GASOLINE AND DIESEL - Contd Verify repair of gasoline and diesel cylinder heads and, including: cylinder heads, expansion plugs, seats, guides, seals, springs, retainers, rotators, injectors tubes, valves and actuating mechanisms, camshafts, drive mechanisms, engine brakes, gasket assemblies, fastening and mounting devices; by: visually inspecting, testing, and analyzing performance and function; using: hand, power, specialized, precision and electronic service tools, and lifting, rigging and blocking devices; according to manufacturer s recommendations, specifications, and safety requirements Diagnose and troubleshoot gasoline and diesel engine blocks and, including: engine blocks, piston assemblies, connecting rods, bearings, liners, counter balancers, crankshafts, flywheel assemblies, balance shafts, gear trains, camshafts and follower assemblies, harmonic balancers, pulleys, auxiliary drives, oil pans, and fastening and mounting devices; by: visually inspecting, testing, and analyzing performance and function, checking for: wear, temperature, corrosion, noise, carbon build-up, fractures, leaks, and distortion; using: hand, power, specialized, precision and electronic service tools, and lifting, rigging and blocking devices; according to manufacturer s recommendations, specifications, and safety requirements Repair gasoline and diesel engine blocks and, including: piston assemblies, connecting rods, bearings, liners, counter balancers, crankshafts, flywheel assemblies, balance shafts, gear trains, camshafts and follower assemblies, harmonic balancers, pulleys, auxiliary drives, oil pans, and fastening and mounting devices; by: exchanging, reconditioning, or servicing; using: hand, power, specialized, precision and electronic service tools, and lifting, rigging and blocking devices; according to manufacturer s recommendations, specifications, and safety requirements. 29

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